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Thursday, March 21, 2013 News • Pag 21 Minnesota Homefront, World War II at Stearns Museum The Stearns History Museum Range, develop inventions for the The Minnesota Historical Soci- presents "Minnesota Homefront, war, be trained as a translator at ety Traveling Exhibits Program World War II," a traveling exhibit Fort Snelling and endure a star- has been made possible by the on view from March 23 to May 12. vation experiment for science and Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund Come visit the Stearns His- the wareffort, through the vote of Minnesotans tory MuseUm, and see "Minne- The exhibit features nine on Nov. 4, 2008. sota Homefront, World War II," a graphic panels, audio interviews, The Minnesota Historical Soci- traveling exhibit that explores the songs of the period, and a "Letter ety is a non-profit educational and accomplishments, sacrifices, dis- Stories" bin. cultural institution established appointments and challenges that This exhibit is on temporary in 1849. Its essence is to help illu- have shaped the enduring legacy loan from the Minnesota History minate the past as a way to shed of Minnesota's Greatest Genera- Centerin St. Paul and will be tray- light on the future. The Society tion through their stories, eling to venues throughout Min- collects, preserves and tells the In "Minnesota Homefront, nesota, story of Minnesota's past through World War II," visitors find out Items from the Stearns History museum exhibits, libraries and what it was like to"make do" with Museum and Research Center's collections, historic sites, educa- rationing, to farm during a severe collection will bring focus to local tional programs and book pub- labor shortage, to work on the Iron issues during World War II. lishing. Classes in April/early May Marcia Mahlum is planning to teach a babysitters class and an adult/infant/child CPR/FA/ AED class in Kimball in late April/early May. Further infor- mation will be in the next Cub Prints. This is in response to the many inquiries Marcia has received, so this notice is to give our readers a chance to get the dates on the calendars. Babysitters class Sundays, April 28 and May 5 (must attend both dates) 5-8 p.m. Adult/infant/Child CPR/FA/ AED class Thursdays, April 18 and 25 (must attend both dates) 6-8:30 p.m. Coverage for all the things you care for. STEVE SCHMITT 378 STATE ST N, EDEN VALLEY, MN FARMERS" Looking for a way to save? You need to insure both your auto and your home, so why not save money in the process? Call today for a free, no-obligation look at auto and home discounts from American Family. Thomas Ehlinger Agency, Inc. 39A Maus Drive #3 Kimball, MN 55353 Bus: (320) 398-3645 AMERICAN FAMILY INSURANCE All your protection under one roof" • Building Site Preparation • Demolition , Basements • Additons * Fili & Black Dirt • Septic Systems (new or repair) Larry: 320.980.3556 Kevin: 320.980.3558 Stat, FRE Kurt: 320.980.6499 • Repair newer & most older small engines ,Snowblowers • Push & riding mowers, • Garburator repair • Prep engine storage .PICK UP & DELIVERY A VAII_~ "REASONALBE It's never too early to get ready for Winter! Todd Rohioff 320-980-1759 • Small Engine & Quality work at a price you can afford/ LINDY'S REPAIR ..... 69495 Hwy. 24 • Kimball Steve Lindberg • 320-398-6445 Cell: 320-333-9646 ossen Bros. Construction ~vlN 320.22’3H 6. Watkins. e-mil:qukksider@rneitel net LICENSED a INSURED • ACCREDITED BBB MEMBER Homes l Garages i Pole Ag Buildings • Residing Decks • New Windows • Turn-key Projects Efficient, Affordabi PLUMBING SERVICES • New • Remodel • Repair Work . Radon Testing & Mitigation CALL NICK FOR ESTIMATE 320-764-5317 cell: 320-292-0090 WATKIN; 3t571 648th Ave., Litchfield 320-693-6663 Please leave message if no answer A leading provider of high quality custom kitchen and bath cabinets, mantels, entertainment centers and bars. All of our products are made with the ~PLUMBIN6 @HEATING (~ELECTRIC highest quality of wood, marble, and laminate. • Master Licensed • Insured • Bonded 550 Meeker Ave. E. • Residential & Commercial • Remodel & New Construction John Hendrickson, Owner 24 Hour Service 320-398-6193 453-27t8 GIVE ME A CALL TODAW • Plumbing • Heating • Sewer Cleaning • Back Hoe Digging - Portable Toilets • Sewer Pipe Thawing - Septic Tank Pumping (320) 286-2568 • Kingston >MAINTENANCE>REPAI RS>UPDATING License #20637648 "JI,